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#040/2010 – Police Custody in Harrow – generally positive Police custody in Harrow was generally positive, though some further improvements could be made, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection into custody suites in the London Borough of Harrow.

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#039/2010 – Police Custody in South Yorkshire – generally positive Police custody in South Yorkshire was a generally positive picture, though there were some improvements needed, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection into custody suites in Yorkshire Police.

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#038/2010 – ‘Stop the drift’ – and start steering the Criminal Justice System The criminal justice system is fragmented and bureaucratic, stifling innovation to speed up sluggish processes and raise confidence, HMIC found in a report published today. The report ‘Stop the Drift’ finds that more needs to be done to explain to the public

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#037/2010 – Police authorities must rise to the challenge of budget cuts Police authorities have a crucial role to play over the next 18 months but few are well prepared, a report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary found. Their responsibilities have grown since the 1970s to more than 150 separate duties, powers and discretions

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#036/2010 – Recovering our streets and our peace: HMIC calls for new approach to restore civility to public spaces Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary today reveals the scale of damage from anti-social behaviour to our way of life and what the police can do to improve their response. In the most comprehensive study to date,

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#035/2010 – Bedfordshire Police Authority is ‘performing adequately’ Bedfordshire Police Authority is ‘performing adequately’, according to an independent new report released today by the Audit Commission and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). On a scale from one to four the joint inspection team assessed the Authority’s performance as ‘two’, which represents adequate performance. Inspectors

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#034/2010 – Gloucestershire Police Authority is ‘performing adequately’ Gloucestershire Police Authority is ‘performing adequately’, according to an independent new report released today by the Audit Commission and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). On a scale from one to four the joint inspection team assessed the Authority’s performance as ‘two’, which represents adequate performance. Inspectors

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#033/2010 – Surrey Police Authority is ‘performing well’ Surrey Police Authority is ‘performing well’, according to a new report released today by the Audit Commission and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC). On a scale from one to four, the joint inspection team assessed the Authority’s performance as ‘three’, which represents good performance. Inspectors found

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#032/2010 – Police custody in Brent – largely positive Police custody in Brent was largely positive, but there were some issues about monitoring the use of force, facilitating complaints and health services, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection

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#031/2010 – Police custody in Greenwich – generally positive Police custody in Greenwich was generally positive, but there were some issues about health services and management oversight could be developed further, said Sir Denis O’Connor, Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Nigel Newcomen, Deputy Chief Inspector of Prisons, publishing the report of a joint inspection into

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